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||IMDB Rating: 5.9/10 from votes
||Release: 8 May 2015 (Ireland) /
||Genre: Horror, Mystery, Thriller
||Stars: Alicja Ayres, Anneke Blok, Antonia Campbell-Hughes, Calum Heath, Carl Shaaban, Conor Horgan, Hannah Hoekstra, Kelly Byrne, Myles Horgan, Natalie Radmall-Quirke, Nick Devlin, Paddy Curran, Rupert Evans, Serena Brabazon, Steve Oram
||Synopsis: Film archivist David (Rupert Evans) has been having a rough time lately, as he suspects that his wife Alice (Hannah Hoekstra) has been cheating on him with Alex (Carl Shaaban), one of her work clients. This stress is compounded when David's work partner Claire (Antonia Campbell-Hughes) gives him a reel of to-be-archived footage that shows that his house was the setting for a brutal murder in 1902. Becoming progressively more unsettled and unhinged, David begins to believe that a spectral presence is in his house and ends up following his wife to a nearby canal, where he discovers that she is indeed having an affair with Alex. When Alice goes missing shortly afterwards, David contacts the police- only to become the prime suspect in her disappearance. As the police grow more convinced that David has murdered his wife, he struggles to find proof of his growing suspicion that something otherworldly was instead responsible. Written by via Wikipedia
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The Canal is basically a ghost story mixed with a whodunit. David's
wife is missing and, when he sees a mysterious man on the same night as
her disappearance, he begins to suspect the man is responsible.
However, his suspicions lead him to believe the man is actually the
ghost of a former murderer who once lived in his house.
It's not the most original idea for a film, but it unfolds in such a
way as to feel quite different. The visual aspects of this movie are
very memorable, as is the performance from its lead, Rupert Evans and,
combined with a simple but compelling story, the film as a whole is
For those of you tired of the dreaded jump-scare-wins plague that
infests this genre at the moment (Haunting in Connecticut 2 being a
prime example), The Canal is the cream that floats to the surface, as
per The Woman In Black or (the good parts of) Sinister. It concentrates
on David's deteriorating state of mind and the effect this has on those
around him, to drag the viewer into his crumbling world, thus making
his visions of the supernatural more believable. Supporting actress
Kelly Byrne is also very good, bringing an unusual amount of realism
into her role as the babysitter and, more importantly, the relationship
she has with David.
Stealing at times from classic scenes in The Ring and The Grudge leaves
it open to some likely accusations of it ripping off the Japanese
classics but I think that would be a narrow-minded criticism. For the
most part, The Canal has a refreshingly quirky feel to it, but in a
Kubricky rather than Lynchy style and that is arguably its greatest
strength because it's a shiny finish on an already polished script and
To say that The Canal is this years "The Conjuring" is true - if you
found the Conjuring scary. But The Canal feels wholly different; it
sits firmly in the independent camp yet has the potential to be a
runaway mainstream hit, due to its efficient use of effects and, quite
frankly, ability to instill dread in the viewer.
I tweeted this as being a horror masterpiece after I walked out of the
cinema. I don't think I was being too unrealistic.
Tags for The Canal Full Movie
, Anneke Blok
, Antonia Campbell-Hughes
, Calum Heath
, Carl Shaaban
, Conor Horgan
, Hannah Hoekstra
, Kelly Byrne
, Myles Horgan
, Natalie Radmall-Quirke
, Nick Devlin
, Paddy Curran
, Rupert Evans
, Serena Brabazon
, Steve Oram
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